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Living Well Resources

Living Well is about caring for the whole person. Through Get Healthy, Live Well, we offer resources to address a wide range of health-related questions and concerns, so you can take steps to feel your best inside and out.

Whether you want to lower your blood pressure, manage stress at work, quit tobacco or get answers to a worrisome symptom, Get Healthy, Live Well is here to help.

Educational Resources

Explore the Tanner Health Library for information on:

Smoking cessation

Interactive Tools and Quizzes

Need a baseline for your overall health? Get the data you need to start making progress on your wellness goals.

Take one of our popular quizzes.

Try a wellness calculator.

Online resources

Community Resources

In addition to Living Well resources offered by Get Healthy, Live Well, we partner with a variety of community organizations and stakeholders to promote health and wellness throughout our region. See our community resources for living well.

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Start today on your path to greater health. If you have questions, contact Get Healthy, Live Well at gethealthy@tanner.org or submit a contact request form.

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Food As Medicine for Diabetes
Food As Medicine for Diabetes

Thursday, February 3, 2022

Carb Counting - Webinar
Carb Counting - Webinar

Thursday, February 10, 2022


Tanner Welcomes National Guard Deployment
Tanner Welcomes National Guard Deployment

As the omicron variant of COVID-19 strains hospitals throughout the country, Tanner Health System was appreciative to welcome 10 members of the Georgia National Guard to assist with operations at its hospitals in Carrollton and Villa Rica.

Tanner Offering ‘Diabetes 101’ Class
Tanner Offering ‘Diabetes 101’ Class

Tanner Health System’s Get Healthy, Live Well offers a free online class that educates people about the risks of type 2 diabetes and answers questions about how it can be prevented or managed.